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Orc is acting smart once again. He is bad actor.

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Yes. Was that too complicated?

Neither do I, which I have already said twice in this thread.

The only thing I'm annoyed by is that I'm surrounded by morons in this place. I told you before Matty, you're not smart enough to have a go at me. Your insults do not take because you don't understand me.

I do find it a little funny to see all the Fedhaters in this thread, they come in here and actually whine a lot more than most Fedtards.
who's better, stone cold steve austin, or the rock?

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Re: Fed's QF streak has ended.

This is fun, I like his draw. Alot of great matches, Federer-Davydenko, Federer-B-nard, Federer-Raonic, Federer-Tsonga, Federer-Murray. So much fun in this draw, I dont mind difficult draws as it means lots of fun matchups. Who cares if Federer wins or loses by now anyway? He won it all, now I just want to see great matchups.

The only shame is that Djokovic got such a joke draw, I dont like when top players get a walk in the park to their trophies. Ferrer also got shamefully easy path to losing his SF againts Djokovic.

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Orc is acting smart once again. He is bad actor.
One poster doesn't realize Wimbledon 2012 was played around half a year ago.
Another poster thinks that I'm scared Federer will lose when I have already explained why I'm not.

To be honest, I'm not acting smart. Others are acting stupid.

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We should be appreciative of Federer though, because we will never see anything like him again. The fact he can still compete for slams ever after the erosion of his physical skills is really a greater testament to the natural talent he has than the period of time when he was dominating the tour.
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Correct.

Austin is fine but Rock actually has real charisma. His trash-talk can be a work of art

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We should be appreciative of Federer though, because we will never see anything like him again. The fact he can still compete for slams ever after the erosion of his physical skills is really a greater testament to the natural talent he has than the period of time when he was dominating the tour.
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Re: Fed's QF streak has ended.

But Fed always beats Murray down in important matches why would this tournament be any different?
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But Fed always beats Murray down in important matches why would this tournament be any different?
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One poster doesn't realize Wimbledon 2012 was played around half a year ago.
Another poster thinks that I'm scared Federer will lose when I have already explained why I'm not.

To be honest, I'm not acting smart. Others are acting stupid.
All right, since the thread is about Fed's QF streak I automatically thought about decades before when he could be doubted for entering a QF round of a GS event. Now, could you explain how exactly was he in doubt for QF round of Wimby 12 you are obviously referring to.Thanks in advance.

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Of course lighting can strike any top player and no match up is a given, but if federer is healthy, I see him getting at least to the semis and with a good opportunity to win the tournament. We'll see if he can avoid losing a set on his way there. I think fed is probably quite satisfied that berdych is not in his quarter. I think there would be a lot more tears from federer fans if that had been the draw.
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All right, since the thread is about Fed's QF streak I automatically thought about decades before when he could be doubted for entering a QF round of a GS event. Now, could you explain how exactly was he in doubt for QF round of Wimby 12 you are obviously referring to.Thanks in advance.
I never said I doubted Fed would reach the QF of Wimby 12, I said people beforehand (including me) did not expect him to WIN it. Time to end this discussion now, don't you think.

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Note I said "IMPORTANT" matches! Nobody gives him credit for winning a tournament thats only worth 750 measley points!

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The only shame is that Djokovic got such a joke draw, I dont like when top players get a walk in the park to their trophies.
He gets the hardest R1 actually (alongside Tipsy), then he gets easy opponents in R2 and R3 as usual for top seeds.


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Ferrer also got shamefully easy path to losing his SF againts Djokovic.
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He gets the hardest R1 actually (alongside Tipsy), then he gets easy opponents in R2 and R3 as usual for top seeds.
Murray got the hardest R1 match, Haase unlike old Mathieu is dangerous but inconsistant. Djokovic's draw is easy all the way. Only QF is difficult, but then again Berdych is such an easy matchup for him. I would rather have Federer and Djokovic change Berdych and Tsonga with each other, Tsonga feels much more dangerous for Djokovic while Berdych-Federer always is thrilling to watch.

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